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THE LONDON MINT OFFICE ANNOUNCES A NEW REMASTERED VERSION OF PISTRUCCI’S ORIGINAL COIN DESIGN FIRST SEEN ON THE MODERN SOVEREIGN 200 YEARS AGO DESIGNED BY ANGELA PISTRUCCI - DESCENDANT OF THE ORIGINAL ARTIST

THE LONDON MINT OFFICE ANNOUNCES A NEW REMASTERED VERSION OF PISTRUCCI’S ORIGINAL COIN DESIGN FIRST SEEN ON THE MODERN SOVEREIGN 200 YEARS AGO DESIGNED BY ANGELA PISTRUCCI - DESCENDANT OF THE ORIGINAL ARTIST

Press Releases   •   Jan 09, 2017 09:00 GMT

​To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the world’s most famous gold coin design, Saint George and the Dragon, which has appeared on many modern sovereigns, The London Mint Office Ltd has launched a classical masterpiece, reborn and redesigned by a family member of the original designer of the modern sovereign.

PontyPool Museum to mark the Bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo (1815-2015)
Almost 200 years in the making – Pistrucci’s Waterloo Medal is finally presented to the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon in 1815

Almost 200 years in the making – Pistrucci’s Waterloo Medal is finally presented to the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon in 1815

Press Releases   •   Nov 11, 2014 08:47 GMT

Finally, after a wait of nearly 200 years, the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo were today presented with the original commemorative Waterloo Medal at a ceremony held at Apsley House, official home of the Duke of Wellington.

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Medal Presented After 200 Years

Medal Presented After 200 Years

News   •   Feb 10, 2015 09:10 GMT

Finally, after nearly a wait of 200 years, the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo were presented with the original commemorative Waterloo Medal at a ceremony held at Apsley House, official home of Duke of Wellington.

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Almost 200 years in the making – Pistrucci’s Waterloo Medal is finally presented to the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon in 1815

Almost 200 years in the making – Pistrucci’s Waterloo Medal is finally presented to the Allied powers who defeated Napoleon in 1815

Events   •   Nov 11, 2014 13:58 GMT

The Duke of Wellington, the Ambassadors of Austria and Russia and Deputy Ambassador of Germany receive the famous Pistrucci Waterloo Medal struck for the very first time in its original size.

Nov 11, 10:30 - 13:00 GMT

Apsley House, London, official home of the Duke of Wellington.

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Pistrucci Waterloo Medal

Pistrucci Waterloo Medal

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Pistrucci Waterloo Medal

Pistrucci Waterloo Medal

2 kilo silver

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Pistrucci Waterloo Medal die and bronze 19th century electrotype

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Pistrucci Waterloo Medal minting die